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Guinness Storehouse: Entrance Ticket

1. Guinness Storehouse: Entrance Ticket

A visit to the magical home of Guinness is a must on anyone’s trip to Dublin. Guinness Storehouse is located in the heart of the Guinness Brewery at St. James’s Gate. Housed in an old fermentation plant, the 7-story visitor experience tells the history of the world-famous Guinness Stout. Your adventure begins the moment you walk through the door and into the building’s giant, the pint-shaped heart of glass. As you make your way through the Guinness Storehouse, you’ll discover what goes into making the Black Stuff – the ingredients, the process, and the passion. Learn about the different award-winning advertising campaigns and slogans used to market Guinness. Having traveled through more than 250 years of history, end your tour at the Gravity Bar where you’ll receive a pint of Guinness. Relax and enjoy the spectacular 360-degree views over Dublin. Proof of Immunity for Gravity Bar required: Customers will need to provide a valid photo ID and Proof of Immunity on arrival to confirm that all are over 18 and are either fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months. Under 18s who are in the care of a permitted person in an indoor setting, currently do not require Proof of Immunity. By purchasing these tickets you agree to only visit if you and your group are all in good health, symptom-free and have not had contact with anyone with a confirmed COVID-19 infection within the last two weeks. Please check here for symptoms: Symptoms of COVID-19By purchasing these tickets you're confirming that if anyone in your group has been to or come from overseas recently, you have been complying with the latest COVID-19 governmental travel advice: International Travel

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Dublin: National Wax Museum Plus Entrance Tickets

2. Dublin: National Wax Museum Plus Entrance Tickets

Go to Dublin’s National Wax Museum Plus to experience a museum unlike any other. Whether you are young or old, a culture vulture or fun seeker, male or female, star struck or star studded, the National Wax Museum is the ultimate entertainment experience. Wander the galleries to try out the exciting interactive attractions, including a salute to the legacy of Dublin’s literary heritage in the Writers Room, and the stages of Irish history in the Time Vaults.   Located in the heart of Dublin City Centre, at 22-25 Westmoreland Street, the museum is housed over 3 floors and covers 13,000 square feet in a historic Lafayette landmark building. Designed to deliver the most thrilling interactive experience possible, attractions include an enchanting children's wax world, Ireland's only dedicated tribute to its top scientific inventors, a Father Ted room and all the exceptional lifelike waxwork characters you can imagine.

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Dublin Big Bus Open-Top Hop-on, Hop-off Sightseeing Tours

3. Dublin Big Bus Open-Top Hop-on, Hop-off Sightseeing Tours

Hop off and explore the beauty of Nassau Street, then plan a visit to the National Art Gallery. Discover Merrion Square, where you can stroll around the Georgian-style gardens, then grab a bite to eat in Temple Bar. Visit two of the most well-known cathedrals in Ireland, The Christ Church Cathedral and St. Patrick's. If you really want to experience the Dublin lifestyle, quench your thirst with a nice, cold pint of Guinness, freshly made from the Guinness Storehouse. Begin your journey on the Red Line at the first bus stop, located on Upper O'Connell Street. The Red Line has 25 stops, so your journey will be packed full of Irish fun! You can hop on and off the bus at any designated Big Bus stops, as many times as you wish within your ticket validity. With buses passing through every 30 minutes, simply rejoin the tour when you’re ready. Tour the streets of Dublin on this hop-on-hop-off, hop-off bus sightseeing tour. Explore Dublin with the freedom to explore where you want, when you want.

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Dublin: The Dublin Pass with Entry to Over 35 Attractions

4. Dublin: The Dublin Pass with Entry to Over 35 Attractions

With the digital Dublin Pass, enjoy unlimited access to more than 35 sites attractions and sites including the Guinness Storehouse, Chester Beatty Library, Christchurch Cathedral, and many more. Explore all there is to do in Dublin at your own pace. Pay nothing at the gate; simply show your QR-coded pass on your phone and you're in. Your pass includes free entry to over 35 attractions, including: Airfield Estate Aquazone @ the National Aquatic Centre Castletown House and Parklands Christ Church Cathedral Dublin City Hall Dublinia Dublin Zoo Glasnevin Museum Guinness Storehouse James Joyce Centre Jeanie Johnston Tallship and Famine Museum Little Museum of Dublin Malahide Castle & Gardens National Wax Museum PLUS Old Jameson Distillery Rainforest Adventure Golf Saint Patrick’s Cathedral Skerries Mills Croke Park Stadium Tour & GAA Museum Farmleigh House & Estate Newbridge House & Farm Dublin Hop on Hop Off Bus Tour EPIC The Irish Immigration Museum Irish Rock 'n Roll Museum Experience National Botanic Gardens Teelings Whiskey Distillery Tour Walking Food Tours - Beer on Foot Walking Food Tours - Food on Foot Casino Model Railway Museum additionally, receive a special offer gift at Dublin attractions where public entry is free: Chester Beatty Library Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane Irish Museum of Modern Art National Gallery of Ireland National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology National Museum of Ireland – Decorative Arts & History National Museum of Ireland – Natural History

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Dublin Walking Tour: The Dark Side

5. Dublin Walking Tour: The Dark Side

Make your way through church graveyards and down narrow back alleys to discover a side of Dublin that you won't find on any postcards. Hear gruesome stories of brothels run by serial killers, cannibals with a taste for young children, and the notorious Hellfire Club, said to be made up of Devil worshippers! Journey through the folklore of Ireland and get introduced to fairies, banshees, and leprechauns. Hear how Halloween originated from the Gaelic harvest festival of Samhain when, according to legend, beings from the spiritual world could cross dimensions more easily. Admire the stunning architecture of ancient buildings such as Dublin Castle, said to be haunted with the souls of beheaded invaders. Learn about the young boy who is said to stroll around the Olympia Theatre, and get a closer look at the spooky mummies on display at St Michan's Church.

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Dublin: Pearse Lyons Whiskey Distillery Experience

6. Dublin: Pearse Lyons Whiskey Distillery Experience

Located in Dublin's historic Liberties district, Pearse Lyons Distillery is Dublin's only boutique distillery and is just a 5-minute walk from The Guinness Storehouse. Nestled in the former Church of St. James, this distillery has a colorful history which dates back to the 12th-century. Begin the experience with a tour of the distillery and surrounding graveyard. Be introduced to the compelling characters from Dublin's famous distilling and brewing district. Find out how this district, rich in culture and tradition, was once the place of a booming industry known as The Golden Triangle.  Learn about how The Pearse Lyons Distillery produces some of Ireland's finest small batch Irish whiskeys as you celebrate the Irish tradition of storytelling during the guided tour. Enjoy a sensory experience as you are brought through the distilling process, before enjoying a whiskey and gin tasting at the tasting bar. Choose from a guided tour and tasting experience. All of the booklets, interactive exhibits, and the welcome video are translated into 7 languages including English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, and Portuguese.

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EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum Entrance Ticket

7. EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum Entrance Ticket

Explore the emigration history of Ireland at the world's first fully digital museum in Dublin, winner of Europe's Leading Tourist Attraction at the World Travel Awards 2019, 2020, and 2021. Learn how 10 million people have left the island over the centuries through the amazing exhibitions at the EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum. Follow the dramatic story of how the people of Ireland have left home to settle around the globe, and how they changed the world along the way. Immerse yourself in the stories of some of the most remarkable tales of sacrifice, endurance, adventure and discovery the world has ever known as you explore the 20 state-of-the-art galleries. Located in the CHQ building in the historic docklands, the museum brings these amazing stories to life in a unique and spectacular way. Experience this digital and interactive award-winning technology and receive a souvenir passport to take home at the end of your visit.

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Dublin: Generation Pub Crawl

8. Dublin: Generation Pub Crawl

Start this fun night out by meeting your guide at the Norseman Pub, 28E Essex Street East, Temple Bar. Sign up anytime from 6:30 PM to 7:00 PM and get a free Guinness. Continue on to some more vibrant pubs, where you will enjoy more free drinks and hear some fantastic live Irish music during the night. Drink, dance, and be merry as you finish in the much-loved Whelan's, a Dublin institution of a proper night out! Boasting over 1,000 bars, and known for its craic (fun, enjoyable conversation), Dublin may be the best place in the world for a pub crawl. Discover some of the city's best pubs and clubs with in-the-know locals, and get exclusive savings to ensure you have a fantastic night out.

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St Patrick's Cathedral: Self-Guided Cathedral Admission

9. St Patrick's Cathedral: Self-Guided Cathedral Admission

Built in honor of Ireland’s patron saint, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral stands adjacent to the famous well where tradition has it, Saint Patrick baptized converts on his visit to Dublin. Built in 1220, the Cathedral is today the National Cathedral of the Church of Ireland, hosting sung services twice daily Sunday through Friday, and also serves as a popular visitor attraction. On view are a selection of artifacts relating to Jonathan Swift, the dean of the cathedral from 1713 to 1745 and author of Gulliver’s Travels. The cathedral also features a new Discovery Space with iPads playing samples of their choir and touch screen technology illuminating the cathedral’s long history. Perhaps more than any other building in Ireland, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral embodies the history and heritage of all Irish people of all backgrounds from the earliest times to the present day.  

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Europe: eSim Unlimited Mobile Data

10. Europe: eSim Unlimited Mobile Data

Enjoy a high-speed data pack to stay connected with your friends and family as you travel anywhere in Europe (EU countries). Choose from packages that last for 3, 7, 15, or 30 days and top-up or extend your service with no hassle. Use your eSim starting day of departure and easily change start dates and package lengths by following instructions sent through email. Ensure eSim compatibility by using iPhone XS or newer, Pixel 4 or newer, Samsung S20/S21/Fold, and Huawei P40. Purchase a physical Sim if your device is different from the above mentioned, and stay connected while you travel. Enjoy a small amount of minutes for outgoing calls, but keep in mind that the Sim doesn't come with a phone number.

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Talented, knowledgeable Fiona Dalton, in her character, flexible, enthusiastic and refreshing. I learned more about Dublin ( and reasons to come back and see more semi hidden treasures) than I learned in my last four trips here. Fiona is a certifiably professional singer and actress overflowing with ideas and passion for her work. We almost didn’t notice the rain. I highly recommend especially early in a trip because it would shape the whole outlook on what to see.

Get Your Guide was a great resource as the Guinnesss Factory website wouldn’t accept my international credit card. We were let in a bit early and able to explore at leisure, enjoying 1 of 3 pint options at the rooftop bar.

It was so interesting. I loved the experience from start to finish. It was 7 floors of history, facts, funny anecdotes and I'm telling everyone about it. It was magical at Christmas time too.

Really well organized experience. Walked out with a whole new level of appreciation for the craft and the product!

Such a good trip, very detailed and interesting and the Guinness/view at the end was superb!